Galerie d’Art Naïf
Corpus Christi Church
In the northeastern corner of Plac Wolnica and founded in 1340, this was the first church in Kazimierz and for a long time the town’s...
Two rooms are packed to the gills with cuckoo clocks, silverware, ornate wood furniture and porcelain ware. We're sure there is loads of...
Near the southwestern edge of the Remuh Cemetery is Kraków’s largest synagogue. Completed in 1644, it was returned to the Jewish...
Laidback hang-out of the Kazimierz cognoscenti, this relaxed cafe-bar’s moody candlelit interior is full of character. Alternatively,...
Pierożki U Vincenta
There are only four tables in this place, but there are about 40 kinds of dumplings on the menu; sweet and savoury, classic and...
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Galerie d’Art Naïf information
This Kazimierz gallery exhibits and sells the work of some of Poland’s most celebrated Naive painters and sculptors, and folk artists.